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Is national wage transparency coming – and are you ready for it?

TLNT

For businesses operating in New York City, yesterday was a big one. It was the first day a much-anticipated ‘pay transparency’ law came into effect.

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68% of Employers Are Planning Salary Increases for 2023

International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans

Organizations are planning salary increases and closely examining their total rewards packages for the year ahead in response to changing workforce demands. The International Foundation surveyed U.S. employers and found.

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The lost employee: Payroll’s costly problem

LACE Partners

What is a lost employee? How does it impact payroll? The two Chris’s speak to Daniel Greaves from Brown Brothers Harriman about this topic. Additionally, they share their own examples of how businesses have addressed this issue.

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Corporate culture has embraced mental health benefits. Why are industrial workers being left behind?

Employee Benefit News

Employee benefits Wellness Workforce management Employee retention

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The Informed Rewards Leader: Driving Adoption and Evaluating Your Benefits Structure

Speaker: Gretchen Jorbin - Director of Total Rewards at Human Interest

Join total rewards expert Gretchen Jorbin for an insightful discussion on how to help your organization and its employees make the best benefits decisions.

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Marks and Spencer expands flexible working options

Employee Benefits

Credit: patat / Shutterstock.com. Retail organisation Marks and Spencer has launched an updated flexible work policy in order to provide more choice and flexibility for its store employees.

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2023 IRS Limits for HSA, FSA, 401k, HDHP, and More [Comprehensive Guide]

Griffin Benefits

The IRS has finally announced adjustments to 2023 contribution limits on various tax-advantaged health and dependent care spending accounts, retirement plans, and other employee benefits such as adoption assistance and transportation benefits.

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Flexible Planned Vacation: What Works and What Doesn’t

International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans

We’ve experienced a shift in many different aspects of benefits over the last few years and paid time off is no exception. In the latest Talking Benefits podcast episode, I. Read more > The post Flexible Planned Vacation: What Works and What Doesn’t appeared first on Word on Benefits.

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Pre-Tax Benefits Don’t Have to be Scary

Benefit Resource Inc.

It’s that time of year again! The leaves are changing color, the air is getting cooler, and ghosts, goblins, and witches are getting ready to come out and play. But, there’s one thing that doesn’t have to be scary this Halloween —your pre-tax benefits! Commuter benefits, flexible spending accounts, dependent care, and health savings accounts are just a few of the great employee benefits available to help you save money and reduce stress.

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UK Power Networks rolls out mental health support for field staff

Employee Benefits

Electrical distribution network operator UK Power Networks has rolled out mental health support for its field employees, ahead of Men’s Health Awareness Month in November.

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Being Mindful of Menopause To Create a Truly Inclusive Benefits Strategy

Speaker: Andrea Wuchiski - Senior Account Executive, Mid-Market Sales

Join this webinar to find out how employers can encourage open acknowledgment of and respect for employees' menopausal experiences while also being considerate of employee privacy.

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Cancer will be the top driver of healthcare costs in 2023: What employers should know

Employee Benefit News

Healthcare costs Healthcare

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How to help leaders avoid arguments with people who love to argue

TLNT

In all organizations, there are just some people (and I bet you know a few of them), who love to argue – mostly because they delight in the ensuing chaos.

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Employee bleisure travel: Set guidelines for a win-win

Business Management Daily

Imagine you’re daydreaming about visiting China when out of the blue, your company asks if you’re available to make a business trip over there. Could it be? Your dream vacation, funded by your job?

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How to support employees with long Covid

Employee Benefits

In July 2022, an employment tribunal ruled that an employee with long Covid was classed as disabled under the Equality Act 2010. Employers may want to ensure that they prioritise the mental health and wellbeing of affected employees and not focus on getting them back to normal as quickly as possible.

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How Fertility Benefits Can Save Your Company Money

Speaker: Taylor Padalino - Account Executive, Enterprise Partnerships

In this webinar, we’ll explore how clinically managed fertility benefits can help your company reduce high-cost claims, guide employees toward less invasive care, and retain some of your most valuable employees.

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Is speech therapy the key to treating long COVID?

Employee Benefit News

Employee benefits Healthcare

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RxDC Reporting: What Plan Sponsors Need to Know

International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans

RxDC Overview In late 2021, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA) which contained a provision that requires health care plans to submit Prescription Drug Data Collection (RxDC) reports.

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Are You a Benefits Superhero? 

HR Professionals Magazine

The post Are You a Benefits Superhero? appeared first on HRProfessionalsMagazine. Employee Benefits Nov 2022

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Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust assists staff with long Covid

Employee Benefits

The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust in Liverpool, which focuses on the treatment and care of neurology and neurosurgery, supports every member of staff with long Covid-19 (Coronavirus) to recover at their own pace, as each case is individual.

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How HR Can Equitably Provide Health and Financial Security

Speaker: Gary Robinson, Sr. Vice President of Consultant Relations and Nicky Brown, Vice President of Advocacy and Government Affairs at HealthEquity

In this webinar two employee financial experts will discuss building health and financial security for employees.

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Getting employees to take advantage of of corporate wellness offerings

Employee Benefit News

Employee benefits Mental health benefits

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Free webinar: going the extra mile with more effective health and wellbeing support

cipHR

Join Ciphr and experts from Peoplesafe and Amba on 8 December for a free webinar, as we share how to create effective employee wellbeing programmes.

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State Unemployment Insurance Taxable Wage Bases for 2023

American Payroll Association

Several states have released their state unemployment insurance (SUI) taxable wage bases for 2023

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37% offer employee assistance programmes as part of mental health support

Employee Benefits

Employee Benefits poll: More than a third (37.3%) of respondents said the main benefit they offer in order to support mental health among employees is an employee assistance programme (EAP).

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Global Parity for Fertility Benefits: Challenges and Opportunities

Speaker: Leslie Neitzel, Chief Human Resource Officer

In this webinar, we’ll share what employers should know about cultural differences in fertility care, how companies can assess whether a fertility benefit is truly global, and what to look for in a fertility benefit that works for all of your employees.

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5 ways to help retirement participants navigate inflation and volatility

Employee Benefit News

401(k) Retirement Financial wellness

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What Have You Done Lately?

Florida Workers' Comp

With age comes a certain retrospection. I have had many conversations over the years with lawyers that enjoy outstanding reputations and success in this community. But what drew them here? I have yet to meet someone that went to college with the dream of practicing in workers' compensation. It is fraught with opportunity, uncertainty, and challenges. An old pilot once told me that his profession was marked by long, boring repetitions punctuated with moments of sheer terror.

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Compliance TV: Social Security Wage Base Increases to $160,200 for 2023

American Payroll Association

In this November 2022 edition of Compliance TV: Social Security Wage Base Increases to $160,200 for 2023; the IRS Announces 2023 COLAs for Transportation Fringes, FSA Deferrals, Foreign Earned Income Exclusion; and More

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Confessions of a benefits manager: Candid goes to an internal conference

Employee Benefits

Big Bad Boss has news: our chief people officer (CPO) has a crazy idea to improve morale. Is it an extra holiday? Is it a bigger bonus? No, it is a conference. Yes, really. An internal conference, so not even an external jolly with free gifts and biscuits.

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Beyond the Dollar: Why Fertility Benefits Are About More Than Financial Support

Speaker: Leslie Neitzel, Chief Human Resource Officer

In this session, we’ll discuss the complexities of fertility health and all the pieces a fertility benefit should include in order to best support your employees on their journeys.